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Roundup: Meat Loaf Dies at 74; Peloton in Trouble; Tampa Bay Rays to Stay Put

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Tom Brady knows how much he is favored by the referees ... The best NFL coaching hires of the past five years ... Joel Embiid has been incredible as of late ... Prince Andrew deletes his Twitter account ... Report faults ex-pope in mishandling of sex abuse cases in Germany ... Biden clarifies his thoughts on election legitimacy ... MLB nixes Tampa Bay Rays' plan to play half of season in Montreal ... French lawmakers officially recognize China’s treatment of Uyghurs as ‘genocide’ ... Stranded dog saved from rising tide after rescuers attach sausage to drone ... Peloton to halt production of bikes, treadmills as demand wanes ... No ESPN reporters will attend Olympics due to COVID concerns ... Biden team releases video honoring first year in office ... Meat Loaf dies at 74 ...

Françoise Gilot: ‘It Girl’ at 100 [New York Times]

Deebo Samuel Isn’t a Wide Receiver or a Running Back. He’s a Skeleton Key. [The Ringer]

Yankees could tap Carlos Beltran to be a game analyst for YES [New York Post]

If Russell Westbrook Can't Handle Being Benched, the Lakers Are Screwed [The Big Lead]

How Rauw Alejandro Became Reggaeton’s Singing, Dancing, Feuding, Lingerie-Dodging New Superstar [Rolling Stone]

TBL's own Liam McKeone and Ryan Phillips teamed up to debate who will be the seven best quarterbacks in the NFL in three years.

Good-looking action flick here.

Seth Rogen on Hot Ones.

Pretty funny (in case you missed it):